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A leather jacket is something you only have to buy once. That is—if you get it right. We did the heavy lifting for you with 20 perfect leather jackets that meet all your needs. We included on-trend silhouettes, a $60 style that comes with over a thousand raving reviews, and Acne Studios’ iconic moto, AKA every fashion editor’s ultimate grail. You might not be able to wear this item mid-isolation, but rest assured that you’ll have it for life.
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The Budget Buy
Life Changer Moto Jacket
As the name of this jacket claims, this under-$60 moto is a game changer. For evidence, see its over 1,000 raving reviews/
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Mock Core Leather Moto Jacket
For many fashion insiders, an Acne leather jacket is the holy grail. Their core moto comes with a heavy price, but rarely does one regret making the splurge. It’s a lifer.
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The Modern Leather Jacket
Not everyone is down with the OTT biker jacket. This sleek jacket by Everlane is the solution for minimalists everywhere.
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The Flight Jacket
40s Flight Shearling-Trimmed Leather Jacket
Take flight with a vintage-inspired aviator jacket. This timeless style comes with a removable shearling collar, so you don’t have to save it for colder months.
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The Low-Key Moto
Leather Moto Jacket
Made of supple leather featuring a funnel collar, this jacket is the laid-back alternative to the classic biker.
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Bustier Faux Leather Jacket
Per ELLE.com’s spring trend report, this season is all about corsetry and colored leather. This jacket by Georgian designer Aleksandre Akhalkatsishvili combines the best of both trends.
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The Psychedelic Pic
Nothing will stop you from wearing tie-dye.
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Think of the overshirt as the ideal layer for unpredictable weather. It’s lighter than your average leather jacket and takes inspiration from men’s oversized shirts.
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A Vested Interest
Lina Leather Vest
Speaking of western, rethink the genre with a leather vest. We suggest styling it unbuttoned with a billowy white blouse and flared jeans.
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Lightweight Cowhide Cafe Racer Jacket
Schott has been making leather goods for over 100 years, and their jackets defined the industry of leather jackets. Their Perfecto jacket is historic, but we love the pared back cut of the brand’s Cafe Racer, too.
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Ultimate Leather Motorcycle Jacket
This should be one of your top contenders if you’re looking to invest in a forever jacket. The classic cut is made of thick leather that will wear beautifully over time.
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The Wild West
The western trend isn’t slowing down any time soon, and this refined jacket by YSL brings the look into 2020.
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Leather Safari Jacket
Nip your waist with Vince’s take on the safari silhouette.
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The ’90s Blazer
Steal Monica Geller’s style and invest in a leather blazer. The ’90s staple is making a swift comeback, so hop on the trend with a designer who defined the decade, Helmut Lang.
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Mina Suede Tassel Jacket
AllSaints makes some of the best quality leather jackets under $500, but we’re digging the fringe on this newer suede style.
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Blank Varsity Jacket
Whether you made varsity or not, try this sporty take on the leather jacket.
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Cut it Out
Cutout Faux Leather Blazer
Tired of the same old leather styles? This cutout version is unlike any other.
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Convertible Faux Leather Blazer
Peter Do’s vegan leather blazer gives you the most bang for your buck: wear it as an oversized jacket or remove the top and wear the vest alone.
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Bi-Color Leather Biker Jacket
For a jacket that will turn heads, look to Alexander McQueen’s runway style, complete with a dramatic peplum.
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The Cowhide Cropped-Prince
Still searching for a style that speaks to you, specifically? By The Namesake specializes in customizable leather jackets that fit your every need, from the color of the leather to the hardware to the color of the lining. Our current obsession is this luxurious cowhide print.
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For a little more heft, try a longline leather coat. With a soft sheen and contrast trim, this trench coat by Tod’s is more ’70s than The Matrix, but we support both aesthetics.
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